This amazing Twin-centre consists of Direct International flights, 3 nights in Miami staying at the Collins hotel Miam Beach followed by 4 nights in Fort Lauderdale staying at the Sheraton Suites Plantation.
We are currently offering £200 per person discount and a FREE compact car with fully inclusive insurance for the full duration.
We are delighted to let you know about a number of excursions that we can offer which will not only save you up to 50% off the local ticket prices, but save you valuable time during your stay.
You can call us free of charge on 01737 646416 to book any of these trips & tours.
Miami city Package - £65pp
This value for money package will help you to make the best of your stay in Miami. Take the hassle out of getting to and from Miami International Airport with shared transfer to all the main hotels in the Miami Area. Then see all the main attractions of the cultural, financial and economic capital of Southern Florida City in our famous Miami City Tour. Easily the most enjoyable way to experience Miami and for a great price too! On this unforgettable Miami City Tour you will get to see all the main attractions including Miami Beach and its colourful Art Deco District, the port area, its golden beaches, the business and residential Brickell Avenue, the historic neighbourhood of Coconut Grove and the distinctive Mediterranean architecture of Coral Gables, known as the beautiful city. Don’t miss the Art Deco district on Ocean Drive with over 800 listed buildings painted in all shades of pastel. We’ll drive down Ocean Drive, where your mind will boggle at some of the mansions of the wealthy. The Versace Mansion is definitely worth a photo stop. Don’t miss the yachts parked up at Millionaires Row or bask in the sun in the three miles of golden sandy beaches. You’ll also have plenty of time for shopping at Bayside Marketplace – a great location for snapping the work of up and coming local artists or to grab a Cuban coffee in Little Havana. The tour will also take you through the plush upmarket neighbourhoods of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables.
Miami Seaquarium - £25pp
Go under the sea at the Miami Seaquarium. Explore the wet and wonderful world of tropical fish and Flipper, manatees and moray eels in a lush paradise overlooking the Biscayne Bay. From families to fishermen, animal lovers to marine science buffs, the Miami Seaquarium offers a full-day of inspiration, education and fun.
Opened in 1955, the Seaquarium is one of the country’s first marine parks and has a retro charm. Check out the funky Golden Dome Stadium designed by legendary architect Buckminster Fuller. The geodesic dome structure has become a Miami landmark. The real stars swim inside the stadium: Salty the Sea Lion and his Reef Rangers. Laugh and learn during this hilarious show featuring these loveable rascals who comb the reef in search of a littering diver. This is just one of eight different marine animal shows. Meet television’s favorite dolphin and the first-name in marine life: Flipper. In the 1960s, the legendary television show “Flipper” was filmed at Seaquarium. During the Flipper Dolphin Show, watch Flipper and other Atlantic bottlenose dolphins jump, spin, walk on their tales, and, of course, flip in the very same lagoon where the show was filmed. Classic beach tunes accompany this fun show that is a flashback for parents and new discovery for kids. The fun continues with Lolita the Killer Whale who performs alongside Pacific white-sided dolphins. Visit the Tropical Reef, a 750,000 gallon saltwater aquarium. Watch with wonder the natural, spontaneous show that takes place at feeding time when tropical fish, stingrays, eels and more are clamoring for a bite to eat. Take advantage of the rare opportunity to see an endangered manatee. Even before the park’s inauguration, park workers already were taking care of endangered marine life. Little Mamie, an orphaned baby manatee, was the first of many animals that the Seaquarium has rescued and rehabilitated. Get up close and personal with the sea’s most alarming creature in the Shark Channel, one of the park’s original and still fascinating exhibits. Spend an enlightening and entertaining day at the park often credited with increasing our awareness and encouraging preservation of marine life.
Jungle Island- £25pp
Swing through the jungle and hang with its furry and flying inhabitants. Jungle Island, one of Florida’s founding theme parks, features exotic animals from around the world amidst the gorgeous, tropical Miami landscape. Families, couples and seniors all go wild for the wonders of Jungle Island. Founded in 1936 as Parrot Jungle, the original owner created a natural space where exotic birds could fly free. This tradition continues in the park’s new location on Watson Island. Look up! Overhead you will see extraordinary, colorful birds living as nature intended. Parrots, peacocks, cockatoos and flamingos fly, dip and dive amid the lush jungle. More than 300 birds in a rainbow of colors live here.
Day by day
Day 1 London to Miami
Fly Direct from London to Miami. Pick up your car from the airport and make your way to your south beach hotel and the remainder of your day is free to explore to Miami
Day 2 - 3 Miami
You have 2 full days to explore everything Miami has to offer. Why not head down to the Beach and enjoy a relaxing day sunbathing or a spot of shopping in the fabulous Ocean drive boutiques.You are not too far from the Everglades, Naples beach and Marco Island aswell so having a car will give you plently of freedom to explore these other areas.
Day 4 Miami to Fort Lauderdale
After your 3 nights in Miami drive the 1 hour drive to Fort Lauderdale where you will spend 4 nights.
Day 5-7 Fort Lauderdale
The Atlantic port of Fort Lauderdale takes in a Venetian network of canals dotted with yachts and lined with marinas. Just 23 miles (37 km) north of Miami, this sophisticated boating city is no longer spring break central for college kids, but a buzzing cosmopolitan base for experiencing the best of Florida. Around 7 miles (11 km) of Atlantic beaches stretch from Fort Lauderdale, offering cooling breezes in this tropical climate that averages 85°F (30°C) in summer and a balmy 75°F (25°C) in winter. View the area’s over-the-top millionaires’ mansions from the water on a sightseeing cruise of the port and yacht marina. If there’s one must-do in Fort Lauderdale it’s a dinner cruise aboard the fun and fabulous Jungle Queen Riverboat, for revue entertainment and a nonstop shrimp BBQ buffet.
Day 8 Fort Lauderdale to London
Your flight will not leave until the evening from Miami so you have plently of time to make your way back and dropr your car off.
Day 9 London
Arrive back into the UK after an amazing holiday.